The Role of Vitamin D in Autism

A new study, in the April 15, 2015 issue of “Nutritional Neuroscience,” has concluded that “Supplementation of vitamin D3, a safe and cost-effective form of treatment, may significantly improve outcome in some children with ASD, especially in younger children.”  The vitamin D levels of 215 children with ASD and 285 neurotypical controls matched for age…    Read More…

Our Uninhibited Son

In many ways, a person with autism has an advantage over we “normal” people. We often don’t say things we should because we worry too much about the other persons reactions. As a result, we “overthink” life, and often do nothing!! The autistic person, in contrast, is not bound by social conventions. They blurt out…    Read More…